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King Fahd Causeway, Saar
(2.8/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
A 25 km (16 mi) long motorway, King Fahd Causeway was built as an attempt to connect two countries and make their relations even better than before. The idea was first discussed in 1968 among the rulers of Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, a committee of experts, and even the World Bank, leading to the causeway's opening in 1986. Since then, citizens of both countries and countless tourists have benefited from the convenience, whether heading on road trips, to vacations, or for work. You can take a taxi and go for a 40-minute drive along the causeway, during which you can enjoy the view of the seemingly endless sea, the sky, and the sight of the two countries. Plan your visit to King Fahd Causeway and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Saar tour planner.
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  • This is a man made bridge between Bahrain and Saudi Arabia. A good drive.An evening drive is good.You need visa to cross the border point. 
  • King Fahd Causeway, a 25 kms roadway-bridge links Saudi Arabia with Bahrain. LMV toll either way is SAR 25 (before it was 20). Plus vehicle insurance for about a week costs around SAR 25. Many Saudis ...  more »
  • Further small islands you will not be allowed, so just drive over the bridge and all. type of course is good, you can even see the buildings in Saudi Arabia. The entrance to the bridge, about 3 dinars. girls better take things to throw at ourselves, if put on the Jersey, and it is better to go in jeans (watch will be Askew and not accepted there, especially near the Saudi Arabia). taking pictures there, but we have a couple of photos done with views of the Bay, but we opkazali border services officer.
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